Monday, October 31, 2016

Gamma face

What is remarkable is the way you can see it even at an early age, such as in the case of this poor little boy:
A heartbroken mother has penned an emotional post after no one turned up to her little boy's ninth birthday party. The mother-of-six, who goes by the pen name Kristen Layne, shared the post on her blog, Life on Peanut Layne, and described her son Mahlon as 'bright, sensitive and caring.' He is also 'naturally funny, easy to please and looks at life with hope and optimism... the kid who would give the shirt off of his back to a stranger, hand over a beloved toy to make another child smile.'

But despite this, not one single child attended his birthday party.
Not despite, because. Boys who are desperate to please usually become low-status men who are strongly inclined to pedestalize women. Look at the face and the nature of the smile in particular, and note the way it doesn't match the eyes. That tight, sad-eyed, self-deprecating smile is the hallmark of a gamma-in-the-making.

Furthermore, note the way that the mother appears to be overbearing. She certainly doesn't hesitate to ensure that his humiliation will last forever on the internet, all so she can vent her personal outrage. And it's probably a bad sign if your son's favorite books are "The Diary of a Wimpy Kid" series.

If you see a boy with a face like that, encourage his parents to get him into contact sports and physical challenges to raise his testosterone levels and his social status ASAFP. But it's probably too late for this kid.

"the little boy plans on working for a company to make sure that 'each and every child has a very happy birthday and that no one feels sad and lonely on their birthday.'"

Any doubts concerning how SJWs are made?

57 comments:

Scott facehead said...

I am willing to bet the mother is a contributing factor as well.

SemiSpook37 said...

The odd thing is that there's an age where birthdays really stop mattering, and ironically, that age is NINE.

Build a bridge and get over it, kid. Life's too short to grow up worrying about the fact that nobody likes you.

Boko Harambe said...

Mom made so many mistakes.

They're new in town, just moved. School started just one month prior to the party. They knew no one, kid barely had time to meet anyone. He'd previously been homeschooled and was not familiar with navigating the social jungle of fourth grade.

She has no grounds for complaint. But yes, her behavior is going to hurt this poor boy. Its almost like shevset him up for failure so she could have something about which to complain.

Stg58/Animal Mother said...

This mom set him up for emotional heartbreak that she could milk for all its worth.

Gamma male, behold thy creator.

Happy Housewife said...

Part of me wonders if the mother orchestrated it on purpose in a bid for more attention. This kind of thing seems to happen every other week, and people usually send gifts and the community pitches in to give the kid a great party. Then the mom gets to milk that attention for all it's worth on her blog. Kind of a less lethal version of Manchausen by proxy syndrome?

And with six kids, he probably adapted to the behavior that got him the most attention from mom. She's rewarding his gamma behavior for sure. Setting him up for failure.

VFM #7634 said...

Kid's face looks like Paul Ryan's.

Where's the dad in all this?

Bard said...

Next up, surprise when he tortures to death the birthday puppy.

Aurini said...

The whole event taught him to cry to mommy, and then strangers will send you presents. He's going to grow up to be a rat fink.

SQT said...

Yup, mom is the problem here. Who takes pictures of their kid at an empty table and posts it online? Apparently humiliating her kid isn't a problem if she can milk it for attention.

Matthew McDaniel said...

After reading the article I think the mom was just dumb. The kid had only been in school for a month & you can't depend on his 'friends' at school to remember things like birthdays or RSVPs. When I was his age I wouldn't have remembered my own best friends birthday without parental involvement. This mom just set him up to fail. Sad.

Matthew McDaniel said...

And also, friends come & go. Blood is thicker than water so he should count his blessings that he had family come to his party.

CarpeOro said...

Face, body language, overbearing mother... this kid is wound up way to far. Diary of a Wimpy Kid is a bad sign also? Not surprised. My wife has a nephew whom I told her would have issues in public school (he had been attending a private school, I believe he likes that series also. She refused to recognize the impact a lack of a solid male role model would have (which I can't be as far away as we live and against the influence of all the women - including bi-polar mother - in his life). He can be whiny, throws tantrums, etc, and I told her exactly what would happen when he entered public school - he got bullied. Being introverted and having been the short kid, I am familiar with at least one way out of this. Stop whining, tantrums, etc. and be ready to get mad and fight. This kid may have some of the same ahead of him.

l' Américain said...

"the little boy plans on working for a company to make sure that 'each and every child has a very happy birthday and that no one feels sad and lonely on their birthday.'"

This was the day that little timmy faggot took the first step towards being a pimp.

genericviews said...

I find it amazing that anyone would publish this in a nominal "news" site. This happens thousands of times a day. It is actually pretty normal. it isn't news in any appreciable sense. It would not shock me to discover that this was simply the mom engaging in creative writing and that there had not been a birthday party at all with anyone invited.

dc.sunsets said...

Munchausen's Syndrome by Proxy, just as is any kid with a normal XX or XY genome who is "transgender." We live in a time where a subset of women will sacrifice their kids for some attention, and the existence of the Internet and Social Media is surely making it worse.

Of course, the absence of a masculine father is a necessary ingredient here, too.

Mountain Man said...

Mothers create gammas - plain and simple. If she coddles and dotes on "her wee little boy" , when pain is present in his life - its over. The kid will grow up to be a pretentious annoying, soft little prig

Anchorman said...

I had asked parents to RSVP on the invitation, but hadn't received a single reply.

Uh, that means you shouldn't have expected people to show up.

Also, they describe the father and mother as "husband and wife," but she goes by "Ms Layne?"

Anchorman said...

Caption under one of the pictures:

The little boy plans on working for a company to make sure that 'each and every child has a very happy birthday and that no one feels sad and lonely on their birthday

Egads.


Boko Harambe said...

I suspect mom is trying to spearhead such a company, with her son, though he be young, as the inspiration and figurehead, being groomed to take over once he is old enough.

Mommy bloggers find a way to make money off of their kids pain. Every damned time.

liberranter said...

At least the majority of the comments following the Daily Mail article are calling out Mom for her abject stupidity here. The bad news is that mothers like this are the NORM today, not the exception. Also proof positive of how easily social media can be abused by narcissistic attention-whore mothers to damage their children.

Where's the dad in all this?

Hiding in the background behind his wife's skirts, being a kitchen-bitch castrato, just like his son is going to grow up to be.

It seems to be a trend that any feature by any Marxstream Media organ that focuses on a family ALWAYS has the wife/mother as the spokesperson. No doubt this is a deliberate tactic to marginalize and "disappear" husbands and fathers. Then again, odds are the "Kristen Layne's" husband wanted nothing to do with this exhibitionist debacle.

How we know that "Mahlon's" daddy is a gamma castrato: he allows his wife to use social media to broadcast every aspect of his family's existence to millions of complete strangers.

Dude, SHUT YOUR WIFE'S BLOG DOWN! YOUR FAMILY'S SAFETY MIGHT DEPEND ON IT!!!!

Jon Dough said...

Fake...a complete and utterly fake story...

Matthew Morgan said...

So then there's this.

liberranter said...

I suspect mom is trying to spearhead such a company, with her son, though he be young, as the inspiration and figurehead, being groomed to take over once he is old enough.

You mean like this?

https://youtu.be/r8k_2IEsmmU

Alexander said...

No normal kid would be willing to pose all tightlipped and pathetic so that his non-party could be spread to millions of strangers.

VFM #7634 said...

Then again, odds are the "Kristen Layne's" husband wanted nothing to do with this exhibitionist debacle.

Then again... I suspect that one picture that shows the people who did show up does show his father.

ChickenChicken Sweep said...

"Honey, mommy needs an endorphin hit, so I'm going to make your personal humiliation into an international one. You think you had no friends before, wait until they find out you're merely a tool for tweaking my limbic system!"

malcolmthecynic said...

"Diary of a Wimpy Kid" is actually pretty amusing. The main character is an obviously unlikable gamma, but the author is in on the joke.

Timmy3 said...

Mistake to have a house party with a stranger kid. A public location with arcades and prizes is better enticement. My kid has friends from pre-school. These relationships takes time to build up. Her kids was home schooled and they moved into a new area. She should have waited one year and did it on his 10th Birthday, but most kids already aged out of Birthday parties. The usually cut off was 6 and 7 years old. Too late and too bad. His mother is a humiliating wreck.

Bob Wallace said...

You do know of course your obsessions with "Gammas" is because you are one?

Robert What? said...

Hmmm... an attention whoring mother humiliating her young, socially awkward son on social media. Yeah, that's the ticket.

S. Misanthrope said...

I have a friend who had a similar birthday crisis. I don't think his parents were much help, but they at least didn't actively harm the situation like the parents in this story. My friend's reaction was very different from this boy's, though. He switched schools, started lifting weights in junior high, and ended up comfortably beta with a Tier 1 wife by the end of college.

I see a lot of resistance to working to raise your status from people who believe there's some self-betrayal involved. My friend did all this while being a huge nerd (tabletop gaming is just the tip of the iceberg), without ever hiding or downplaying his intelligence (he's a genius history buff), without pretending to like sports, and without being a particularly attractive teen. Becoming the best version of yourself is never a betrayal.

Tommy Newton said...

Well, its not my spouse, it's my mom. She always hides to call someone. I hate what she is doing. I already know the phone number of the other man and some information. She always denies it and gets very mad. I need more proofs, that will be impossible to deny. It quite hurts, the way your own mother is acting. It's also disgusting. Well, I guess I got off the topic. I wanted to know if the information of a cell phone can be transferred to some other device, to be viewed. Thank you, the information was helpful,contact him in gmail with this address ..he will surely help out like he did for me

Arthur Isaac said...

No dad mentioned, right?

Daniel said...

Balloons taped to a wall? Stupid. That's effing kindergarten. He's nine. She should have bought a deluxe warehouse two-level lasertag gig. Easy. The little dork would have had friends for life. She did this to him on purpose, the psycho.

Bard said...

And now he will be a writer for Hallmark cards

Ceerilan said...

Dad came to the birthday party...saying presumably he lives elsewere. This explains a lot. Further down the article, it mentions Family friends. They're the best type of friend in my experience.

Recent American traditions of moving all over the place, uprooting the kids severely disadvantages children who have a harder time making friends. That, and children are left to find these lessons out themselves, rather than being taught.

Tom K. said...

Liberranter: That Onion clip was hilarious! Sometimes the irony doesn't work, but that one was dead-on!

Absolutely right about taking the party someplace fun. By age nine it's NOT Chucky Cheese. My daughters ninth birthday was held in the Texas Station Casino food court (because the party room of the Kid's Quest was being renovated). Vegas kids LOVE the chance to hang out in the casinos. After cake and presents the girls got a couple to three hours of playtime in Kid's Quest, which is a babysitting service for gambling parents! It's a publicly-traded company and up to about age nine for boys and ten for girls the kids love it.

After that the boys want paintball. I have no idea what preteen girls want at a birthday party.

Matthew Morgan said...

And I come home from work and happen to find this!

manuel hernandez said...

This is the same culture that has enabled play dates.

Erynne said...

I'm going to have to second the guy who called this fake. It looks and reads like a media hoax with the intention of being clickbait. It also succeeded in making a lot of people talk badly about the boy. Men are now being attacked when they are young boys.

I also find that, as useful as the gamma-face observation is, gamma-name is what gave it away for me. I mean, Mahlon? How do you pronounce that? Male-uhn, May-lon, Mah-lin, Mah-lon, Male-lin?

Ron said...

i noticed she also managed to reinforce his "cry victim" mentality because of all the gifts he received from stangers.

What a wretched, stupid, selfish woman.

Dexter said...

Another thing to note about the Wimpy Kid books is that the mom is pushy and overbearing and the dad is pretty much a hopeless wimp too.

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Mountain Man said...

A bit off topic but still relevant to this blog:
You could title this a Tale Of Two Men....

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3888738/Billy-Bush-reportedly-having-marriage-problems-wife-Trump-interview-leak.html

Summary: The beta ( Billy Bush) is caught talking/acting lewd by his wife and it throws the marriage into jeopardy.
The Alpha (Trump) is caught doing the same thing and his wife clings even tighter to his side.

The comments are also very illuminating:

"I really don't understand how Bush is being crucified while Trump just coasted through this mess. Trump's comments were the crux of the scandal yet Billy is taking all the heat."

"She's going to divorce him and take everything he has as she should because he is a pig"

This my friends is why its imperative to build and maintain a strong frame. The ultimate layer of protection for controversy

VFM #7634 said...

I also find that, as useful as the gamma-face observation is, gamma-name is what gave it away for me. I mean, Mahlon? How do you pronounce that? Male-uhn, May-lon, Mah-lin, Mah-lon, Male-lin?

@Erynne
Very interesting point. One thing about men's names is that they're very conservative, as a subconscious means of preserving tradition. It's normally girls that get confected names with whimsical spellings like that, and it's worse when given to boys, as it reinforces their Special Snowflakeness. (And that's not even getting into black Americans and their problems.)

malcolmthecynic said...

Dexter,

Right, but what makes it funny is that the author is very aware of this. The main character is unlikable, the father is a wimp, the mother is overbearing, but none of this is a good thing. It's all part of the joke.

liberranter said...

I also find that, as useful as the gamma-face observation is, gamma-name is what gave it away for me. I mean, Mahlon? How do you pronounce that? Male-uhn, May-lon, Mah-lin, Mah-lon, Male-lin?

It's not a common name, but at least it is a recognizably male (pun intended) name. What drives me nuts is the whole unisex name craze where parents (i.e., mothers) hang traditionally masculine names on their daughters (e.g., Madison, Addison, Ryan, Cameron, Kyle [yes, KYLE, ferfuxsake... I've run across recent examples of that name in three unfortunate little girls under the age of 10]). To me, hanging such names on your daughter is a sign that you despise her for the sex God assigned to her and are hoping that you can beat/humiliate the femininity out of her. I'm honestly tempted to ask any little girl saddled with one of these hideous names what her middle name is, hoping to God that it isn't something worse, so as to have something feminine to address her by.

Thank God I haven't run across any examples that I can recall of boys being saddled with tradionally and obviously feminine names (if I had, I'd probably now be doing hard jail time for what I would have done to the parent[s]).

Have I mentioned recently that most American parents of the last two or three generations are as fucked up as soup sandwiches? How else to explain their kids?

VFM #7634 said...

What drives me nuts is the whole unisex name craze where parents (i.e., mothers) hang traditionally masculine names on their daughters (e.g., Madison, Addison, Ryan, Cameron, Kyle [yes, KYLE, ferfuxsake... I've run across recent examples of that name in three unfortunate little girls under the age of 10]).

@liberranter
Yeah, not quite sure what the point of that is. I've even seen cases of very old, rare boys' names being given to girls, as if the parents were too dumb to look up the name and find that it is masculine.

Haven't seen Kyle-girls, but I have run into a few female Ryans and Tylers. And of course Taylor is pretty firmly a girl's name now, having hopped sexes like Lindsey and Shirley did a while back. At least when female Madisons and Addisons grow up they always whack off the "-son" and go by Madi and Addi informally.

I blame Hollywood, where name trends are much loopier, for much of this. Cameron for girls apparently because of the actress, for example.

Aeoli Pera said...

Ouch.

This mom set him up for emotional heartbreak that she could milk for all its worth.

Here's the thing...I think all moms are completely incapable of raising sons. All evidence I've seen points to the fact that they try very hard, and the harder they try the worse they fuck up. It's a common enough pattern that women do exactly the opposite of what they should because they're fundamentally disconnected from hard realities, and sons need to be taught to connect with hard realities because reality is a man's job.

And that's why you see the pictures where she makes him stand in front of the birthday decorations, smiling, because her feminine understanding is that the way to win is to make the best show of a bad situation. But the smile isn't reaching his eyes because he senses deep down that what he's doing is wrong, but he won't rebel either because he senses his mom has the best of intentions (...paving the way to hell...).

The one who failed this kid is the father, not pictured.

Aeoli Pera said...

tl;dr- Realism is masculine, presentation is feminine.

Rex Little said...

I blame Hollywood, where name trends are much loopier, for much of this. Cameron for girls apparently because of the actress, for example.

Madison too. First time I ever saw it used as a first name (for anyone, male or female) was the mermaid character in the move "Splash" (played by Daryl Hannah, another woman with a man's name).

liberranter said...

The one who failed this kid is the father, not pictured.

I think we can take it as a given that dad is the palace eunuch, a typical metrosexual castrato dominated by his wife. If he had any power or influence in his own household, his son wouldn't going through any of this nonsense (and mom sure as hell wouldn't be blogging like she is).

liberranter said...

I blame Hollywood, where name trends are much loopier, for much of this. Cameron for girls apparently because of the actress, for example.

Quite frankly, anybody who would name their baby daughter after that train wreck Cameron Diaz either has a very low opinion of their new little bundle of joy, or is too stupid/train-wrecked themselves to have any business breeding.

Slagenthor said...

As a father, I pity the boy. I want to choke the mother. I wonder where in the hell is the. Dad. A boy who is already looking at an uphill climb to get himself squared away. A damn shame.

Mooga Booga said...

"Boys who are desperate to please usually become low-status men who are strongly inclined to pedestalize women."

Yeah -- and follow the herd off the nearest cliff. The whole social-justice movement banks on it. It compels obedience by evoking the fear of empty birthday parties.

Robert Stark said...

I fundamentally disagree with your theories on Gamma's. Your theory is that a Gamma should strive to be a Delta which is what your generic Alt-Righter would refer to as a Beta. Basically Beta's and Delta's are the conformist masses. They can contribute to society but also conform to the will of "alpha's". You are correct that Alpha's have characteristics such as social dominance as charisma, and they are the ones who exploit the conformist masses of betas.

A Gamma will never be a delta because he is on a far higher level. Both Sigma's and Gamma's are Aristocratic Radicals who are above the conformist masses. A Sigma is a successful Aristocratic Radical with some Alpha traits who can challenge alpha's for power.

A Gamma is a less successful Aristocratic Individualist but they have the potential to improve themselves and become Sigma's and unite to claim their just place in society.

Our institutions from High School to the Corporations suppress genuine Aristocratic Individualism, and reward phony alphas and their subservient Betas.


I go over the theory in depth in this show:

http://www.starktruthradio.com/?p=2951

Your blog has a lot of excellent points about feminism and the cultural decay of the west but you are completely wrong about the potential of the gamma.

Some Dude said...

Its the father that's the issue not the mother or son.

The mother is hysterical. Like any woman without a masculine presence in her life.

The father needs to hit the gym and turn his body fat % around.

I feel sorry for the boy. Calling him a future gamma is tactless. We don't know at this stage. I've seen boys, teenagers and men turn it around from much worse scenarios.

The key is masculine lifestyle and role models.

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